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      Mexican Newspaper & Drug Cartels

      A Mexican newspaper on the U.S. border begged violent drug cartels for guidance on how to cover news in a way that would keep gangs from killing more journalists.

      Mexico newspaper begs drug lords to spare reporters

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      Sounds like the US Press and our President

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      Quote Originally Posted by AirForceShooter View Post
      Sounds like the US Press and our President

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      Hi freakin larious!!!!!

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      Stop the pointless violence now!

      There is simply no way to eliminate the use of drugs. Keep them out of the country? Hell, we can't even keep them out of our prisons! If sales of drugs was legalized, Walmart would put an end to the drug cartels in no time.

      For the record, I am not now, nor have I ever been dumb enough to use recreational drugs. I think the vast majority of people have the good sense to not use them. For those that don't, it is far, far more effective to spend money on treatment for their problem than try to stop them by force. Just imagine the tax revenue from drug sales.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Couch Potato View Post
      For the record, I am not now, nor have I ever been dumb enough to use recreational drugs. I think the vast majority of people has the good sense to not use them.
      Does that include two of the most popular, alcohol and caffeine?

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      What a wonderful lesson about truthfull reporting!!!

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      Quote Originally Posted by unpecador View Post
      Does that include two of the most popular, alcohol and caffeine?
      That includes alcoholic beverages, but alcohol at some level is present in some foods I consumed. Caffeine is nearly impossible to avoid, but I do not consume anything for the purpose of its caffeine content. I'm not going to give up my chocolate just to avoid caffeine.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Couch Potato View Post
      That includes alcoholic beverages, but alcohol at some level is present in some foods I consumed. Caffeine is nearly impossible to avoid, but I do not consume anything for the purpose of its caffeine content. I'm not going to give up my chocolate just to avoid caffeine.
      That's some pretty hardcore stuff!

      I too on occasion sinfully indulge in chocolate loaded with caffeine. I've also been known to dabble in the art of drinking beer, my current preference is Samuel Adams Boston Lager.

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